1) What is the highest atomic number element a red dwarf star can produce in its core? a. Carbon b. Oxygen c. Helium d. Iron 2) What i

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1) What is the highest atomic number element a red dwarf star can produce in its core? a. Carbon b. Oxygen c. Helium d. Iron
2) What is the highest atomic number element that can be produced in the cores of the largest stars?a. Helium b. Oxygen c. Iron d. Carbon
3) If formed at the same time, a red dwarf star is likely to become a white dwarf faster than a Sun-like star would. a) True b) False

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Mít Mít 5 months 2021-08-15T14:04:34+00:00 1 Answers 25 views 0

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    2021-08-15T14:06:31+00:00

    Answer:

    1) c. Helium

    2) Iron

    3) False.

    Explanation:

    1. Red dwarf is the smallest and the coolest star on the sequence. These are common stars in the milky way. Red dwarfs contains metals and the elements with higher atomic number. It is found that Helium is produced in red dwarf stars.

    2. Iron is the highest atomic number element that is produced in cores of largest stars. The highest mass stars can make all elements up to iron, which is the heaviest element they can produce.

    3. The end of stars life is dependent on the mass they are born with. It is not necessary that all red dwarf stars will become white dwarf stars faster than sun like star.

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